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The Show Must Not Go On?

Pugz

Ms. Malone
V.I.P.
I'm pretty sure that kindergartens are more interested in colouring and tv than college; in fact, if you asked them what they wanted to be, some would be good dreams, other would probably be Ironman and Barbie.
 

dDave

Well-Known Member
V.I.P.
I'm pretty sure that kindergartens are more interested in colouring and tv than college; in fact, if you asked them what they wanted to be, some would be good dreams, other would probably be Ironman and Barbie.
Right? Kindergarten is really all about exploring the world as a child. You learn very basic stuff, get used to socialization, that sort of stuff.

If you ask a kindergartner where they want to go to college they'll look at you strange and say "what's a college?"

Lots of kids in high school these days don't even care about college, why should someone care about college more than 12 years before they are going to be attending if they attend at all?
 

Hilander

Free Spirit
Staff member
V.I.P.
They are little kids let them have their show. Anything they try to drill into them those last two days is going to be forgotten anyway. At that point they are looking forward to summer vacation. Should have been teaching them the other skills throughout the school year.
 

Taliesin

Registered Member
God. They don't want you to be a kid any more, do they? It's really quite sad when a society tries to make their young ones grow up before their time. I mean, for crying out loud, their brains are still developing! How are they going to know what they think about college (of all things?) when they're still learning to socialise, and to interact with this incredible new world they find themselves in?
 
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ILuvChuzzles31

Registered Member
You know if you really think about it the school system can't force parents to maketheir children to go to school.
Seeing that this is just kindergarten I would have my kid stay home in protest and let him/her
be the kid they are because it will only be here once for them.
As a parent that times goes really quick..

I can't understand what the school system is actually thinking..
I bet if you ask those that are in control of this situation "did you have to think about college
when you were in kindergarten", I bet that person would blush in shame and say NO.

So then let them be kids and don't make them feel like they are going to do hard labor behind bars.
 

Merc

Certified Shitlord
V.I.P.
I hate how early they start to punch this concept of careerism into kids these days. We wonder why generations are getting dumber and dumber and it's because we're stifling creativity.
 

ReasontoBelieve

Registered Member
I can see with many issues there are 2 sides to the story. One of the issues is some of those from kindergarten are proven not to be emotionally or scholastically ready for the first grade.

I understand that schools are trying to give kids off to a good start. But even as the Bible says
there is a time for everything. In this case waiting until the last few days of school was a very bad decision. Which goes to show you those in those departments of administration were uneducated themselves.

If they were more smarter they would have had this better planned out. These kindergarten kids
worked hard all year.;) Now these kids are paying the price for the mistakes that the school staff is making. And you know what? This happens all the time. When you're a grown up at work the upper supervisers will make mistakes and try to make the employees make up for them. Hey give these kids a break and let the show go on.:nod:
 
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